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Rohit asks:
I have long curly hair! That is I have a lot of small curls and I am very happy with them! Of late I have noticed that they have started to become real thin and if I pull any strand they stretch and break!! It never used to be like this - what can I do to stop it happening and what do you think could be causing it?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Your problem could be a lack of protein or from using harsh colour in it ....try some protein treatments Joico and Redken make great ones, but again go and see your hairdresser and ask for some help, that is what they are there for.





Nicola asks:
I was told my son has a double crown by his barber. What is this?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
He is lucky, I only have one - anyway it is the way it grows on the crown of his head, sometimes it will look as if it grows in circles. It is a very common thing and nothing to worry about.







Debbie asks:
I have highlighted hair for the past 10 years and it is not in the best condition. I would like to try a home dye which gives me a good but not flat colour, any suggestions?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
In my professional opinion, go to a professional hair salon. If your hair is already not in good condition then it will need expert advice and TLC. You hair is fragile and when the condition is week then the colouring process and desired result can be difficult to achieve. The tone and depth of colour you would like is not as easy as one would think to get an even colour result. ...More >

I would recommend getting a consultation from your stylist and seeking their professional advice on which colour treatment is the best for your hair.

Permanent, semi permanent or temporary colour may all be possible but the condition of your hair is the overriding factor.

You are correct to be concerned over a flat colour result. This can happen when hair is damaged and you may need to have tonal pigment put into your hair first, to ensure your colour result tonal refection is true.

When I use to have my own salons I had many clients come to see me in despair, after home hair colour experiments. As professional hairdressers we spend years of educational learning to be able to confidently select and predict a colour result believe me it is not easy.

So please for your own sake ensure your hair receives what it deserves.

Visit the salon and your stylist!





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